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I make some changes over the post before storing it in the database.

I use content_save_pre to do this.

Some characters like " get done into “ in the JavaSript code which I insert (part of the change). How do I prevent that from happening?

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Could you please provide a sample of the code you're inserting? The function wptexturize() is doing this on the fly at runtime, so knowing the structure is important for figuring out how to stop it. – John P Bloch Aug 26 '10 at 13:14

It seems that the "convert_chars" filter is causing the trouble, try removing it by:

remove_filter( 'the_content', 'convert_chars' );

Also try removing the richedit_pre hook (which formats the text for the rich text editor, also uses convert_chars function) by:

remove_filter( 'the_editor_content', 'wp_richedit_pre' );

Hope that helps!

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